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Somewhere down east in North Carolina, between I-95 and the glistening whitecaps of the Atlantic Ocean, lies the small town of Lonesome Pines. Not everyone in Lonesome Pines is lonesome, but the locals surely have peculiar stories to tell. In fact, life would be pretty boring in Lonesome Pines if it weren't for all the colorful characters, outcasts, and misfits who find themselves in one strange predicament after another.
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Michael Miller lives in Columbia, S.C., but he grew up in the small town of Dillon, just a few miles from the North Carolina border. He's a 2007 S.C. Fiction Project winner and the author of Hootie! How the Blowfish Put Pop Back into Pop Rock, a biography of the rock band Hootie & the Blowfish.Review:
With apologies to the memory of the wonderful Thomas Wolfe, you can go home again, sometimes, especially if you once lived in a small Southern town like Lonesome Pines. Just open this book to any of its evocative stories, and suddenly you're there again. --Robert Lamb, author, Striking Out and Atlanta Blues.
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Book Description Red Letter Press, 2008. Condition: New. Rob Barge (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0979442087